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The main feature of this app is tracking – users can track symptoms, meals, mood, sleep, exercise and bleeding. The app also has a hot flash tracker which, when pressed, starts a timer to gauge the length of the hot flash. Users can record the intensity of the flash. Users cannot attribute triggers to the flash, which makes it difficult to identify triggers and monitor trends.The 'Insights' section provides very limited information and education on menopause-related topics such as exercise to reduce hot flashes, health-related quality of life in women with or without hot flashes. The 'My Health Info' section has provision to document information like alcohol use, caffeine use, height, weight, etc. For the complete app description, go to the App Store(external link) or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews.
✔ Tracks hot flashes and their severity either retrospectively or in real time with a timer. There is a notes section for each individual flash to record the time and describe your symptoms.
✘ When inputting a hot flash, you are only able to enter a custom note. You can’t select a trigger from a pre-determined list and therefore this severely limits the ability to determine causes when viewing trends.
Date of review: October 2019
Platform reviewed: Android
Download size: 6.85 MB
Last updated: 22/04/2019
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